In a campaign to stop people from posting police locations during terror raids in Brussels on Twitter, the word Brussels, or more #Brussels, delivers a flood of these pictures instead of updates on the city itself.
That’s right, people have begun posting pics of their cats to cover up info on the raids from potential ISIS spies. NICE JOB INTERNET!
NOW FOR SOME PICS, ENJOY…
— Peeters Johnny (@peetersjohnny37) November 22, 2015
— Wob Masta (@wobmasta) November 22, 2015
— Nicolas Van Lancker (@nvanlancker) November 22, 2015
And Even Brussels Sprouts:
— SteamGrrl (@SteamGrrl_Ucini) November 22, 2015
While scouring Twitter, I found this ISIS linked-Tweet! You must gotta see this…-DC Gazette
Just in case it is removed:
An unconfirmed threat has been reported of a possible terrorist attack targeting the Police Station in Brussels… Random accounts also warning not to post the precise locations of police raids.-DC Gazette
This is an update on the developing raids and attacks in Brussels. There has been unconfirmed rumors of a potential suicide vest involved, similar to the ones used in the Paris attacks, that could be used on the Police and civilians in the area. –DC Gazette
Currently all we know is that a major anti-terror operation is underway in the city of Brussels near the Grand Palace, the city’s main square. These tweets have pictures of the ongoing situation. –DC Gazette